Penn Pakistani Society launched a fundraiser in collaboration with Columbia University's Pakistani Student Association to aid those impacted by the floods in Pakistan.
Students who attend the conference will have the opportunity to participate in panels with notable speakers, attend professional workshops, and explore a career fair.
The conference will be held at Penn for the first time since 2018, which attracted 350 attendees, including 275 students from other universities.
The returning publication seeks to amplify the Black student experience on campus through a variety of media, such as photography, journalism, and opinion pieces.
Wiley’s tenure as the director of the CPCRS will begin in July of 2023.
2022 College graduates Tiffany Tieu and Hope Cho are set to present their senior year research at the annual Asian American Psychological Association convention on Oct. 2.
Students began setting up tents on Sept. 14 and intend to remain until their demands are met.
The Penn Women’s Center plans to have a permanent director by the end of the semester after Sherisse Laud-Hammond left last semester.
Several students shared their thoughts about the importance of the center, while others held up signs with messages like “No Funding = Loss of Culture Scholarship Discourse” and “The MEC is our Community”.
Miller comes to Penn from Princeton University, where she spent four years as the associate dean for access, diversity, and inclusion at Princeton Graduate School.
Philadelphia City Councilmembers Helen Gym and Kendra Brooks released a joint statement in support of extending the federal contact with HUD and "committing city dollars" to ensure affordability.
The reopening event included a ribbon-cutting ceremony and remarks from Penn President Liz Magill.
The U.S. Department of Education denied the center's application for grant money, which it had consistently received every four years since its founding in 1966.
The grand reopening of the redesigned ARCH building is set for Sept. 7 and will include remarks from Penn President Liz Magill.
Penn is petitioning Philadelphia’s Orphans’ Court to bury the skulls in Eden Cemetery, a historically Black cemetery.
Pre-First Year is a four-week academic intensive program prior to New Student Orientation that offers first-generation and low-income students one free elective credit at the conclusion of the program.
The protest was organized by the Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes — a group of residents protesting the sale of 70 units of affordable housing.
Each individual center will host open houses during the first weeks of the semester to invite all interested students to learn more about their community.
Here’s a guide to navigating campus resources for mental health, accessibility, and first-generation, low-income students.
The stadium is proposed to be built at 11th and Market streets inside the Fashion District, due to the team's lease with Wells Fargo Center ending in 2031.